Week 3 of the tour saw the book show up in five more memorable locations across several continents, and finished up in one rather bizarre spot for a read, with eager locals desperate for a ‘bite’ of the action.
Day 12: Nagoya, Japan
My friend and fellow writer John with his ‘e’ copy, ready for a read over a sushi lunch.
Day 13: Stormont, Belfast, Northern Ireland
Here we see Minister for Agriculture Michelle O’Neill taking a break from politics to sneak in a few pages.
Day 14: Plitvice Lakes, Croatia
This happy reader, Ashley from California, takes time out from her trip to beautiful Croatia to brave the cold and join in the fun.
Day 15: Atop the Burj Khalifa, Dubai
Not for the vertigious (I think I just made a word up) my novel is seen here atop the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa in Dubai. I did want my book to scale the literary heights, but this is ridiculous. Thanks Claire.
Day 16: Crocosaurus Cove, Darwin, Australia
My brother is crazy, everyone knows it. But choosing the ‘Cage of Death’ for a relaxing read takes it to a new level.
Once again, thank you so much to everyone that has featured in the first three weeks of the world tour. If you’ve enjoyed these posts and would like to get involved yourself, simply take a photo of you with my book from wherever you are around the world, and email it to me at: firstname.lastname@example.org (NB photos ideally need to be 800×500-ish in size)
For more information about the I Have Lived Today World Book Tour, why not have a look at the previous posts below?
The Week 2 Roundup
Coming soon…Week 4 roundup of the ‘World Book Tour’